Uncanny Codes is the most complete, easy-to-use code management plugin for WordPress. Here are the features that make Uncanny Codes such a useful tool for marketing, ecommerce, elearning and membership websites:
Set up flexible codes with your own prefix, suffix, expiration and other rules.
See who redeemed codes, when, and what codes are still available.
WooCommerce integration makes selling codes easy, including CSV support.
Tight Uncanny Automator integration links code redemption to popular tools.
Let users register using a code or allow redemption after signing in.
Adds code redemption fields to Gravity Forms, WPForms and more.
Store owners, to sell gift certificates in the form of codes that can be redeemed by anyone to unlock products, access, event registration and more.
Marketers, to add and remove CRM tags, capture user information when codes are redeemed, add users to mailing lists and even to trigger marketing campaigns.
WordPress site owners, to trigger almost anything at all with code redemption, including changing roles, publishing posts, passing records to Google Sheets, etc.
Elearning instructors, to grant courses, group and membership access. Uncanny Codes is popular in education for distributing course access in textbooks and classrooms.
Authors and domain experts, to unlock access to membership content, downloads, access to social groups and more. Promote website visits with redeemable content.
With our seamless integration with Uncanny Automator (the free version is required for all plugin redemptions except LearnDash), you can connect code redemption to these popular WordPress plugins:
This is just a small sample of what codes can be mapped to with Uncanny Codes and the free version of Uncanny Automator. The optional Uncanny Automator Pro plugin adds support for even more redemption options, including native integrations with Mailchimp, MemberPress, Paid Membership Pro, The Events Calendar, Tutor LMS, WP LMS, Zoom and more.
Generate codes that fit your needs. Choose custom prefixes, suffixes, code code formatting, the number of codes in a batch, the number of redemptions allowed per code and more. You can also expire codes on specific calendar dates and edit codes after creation.
Create code products that sell specific quantities of codes from a batch. When users buy a certain quantity of codes, they receive the codes in a CSV file and can track redemption from their accounts. This is popular for selling accounts and course/membership access.
Administrators can see example how codes are used, by whom, and when they expire. Detailed redemption records make it easy to audit code use and code availability right inside WordPress.
Connect code batches to behaviours in dozens of WordPress plugins and thousands of non-WordPress apps. Codes can be mapped to LearnDash courses and groups, CRM tags, Zapier, live events, membership levels, social group access, mailing lists and more.
Do you have a question about Uncanny Codes? See the list below for our most frequently asked questions, but if your question isn’t listed, please contact us.
Who should use Uncanny Codes for WordPress?
Uncanny Codes is a perfect fit for WordPress sites the incorporate marketing, membership, ecommerce or elearning capabilities. It makes it easy to link any type of restricted content, event or behaviour to code redemption.
Is Uncanny Automator required to use Uncanny Codes?
Uncanny Automator integrates seamlessly with LearnDash out of the box, and before version 4.0 was exclusively used for LearnDash course and group access. To connect codes to non-LearnDash plugins and apps, Uncanny Automator is required. For most sites, the free version of Automator will be sufficient.
Are there limits to how many codes or code batches can be generated?
You can generate as many codes and code batches as you need, though certainly all will take up storage in the database. We have seen tens of millions of codes used on some sites.
Is the plugin price paid annually?
Uncanny Codes is paid for annually and an active license ensures access to the latest versions and our world-class support teams. If a license expires the functionality of the plugin is not disabled; you simply lose access to plugin updates and support.
What’s the refund policy?
If you are not happy with Uncanny Codes for any reason, contact us within 30 days of purchase for a full refund. Refunds are not available after 30 days.
Is Uncanny Codes available in a bundle with your other plugins?
Yes, our All Access Pass for LearnDash plugins includes Uncanny Codes. Please note that the bundle does not offer Uncanny Automator Pro.
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